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A business without its computers and phones up and running is losing money, so the project needs to be well managed to reduce the amount of downtime.
- Ensure you tell your suppliers at the earliest possible time the move is occurring. Get the account managers to scope out the new premises and ensure your services can be transferred to the new location.
- Make sure your disaster recovery plan is up to date. You don’t want to be caught by surprise if something goes wrong.
- Make sure you have warranties for your hardware and make sure it covers the time of your move. A business day warranty won’t help you if you need help on the weekend.
- Ensure you know where devices will be placed in the new premises. Printers, faxes, computers, etc. should all be drawn out on the office floor plan. Coordinate your efforts with the Office Manager.
- Use removalists that have a specialised team for moving hardware. Ensure you are aware of their practices when handling your precious cargo. ...
Since I've been at Intuitive IT, I've started looking towards the future. What's the next big thing? What's the word going to be Tweeting and Facebooking about? Well, I recently stumbled across a blog that might have a bit of insight into the digital trends that we may all face in 2011.
Microsoft has warned that its Internet Explorer browser is at risk of a newly discovered vulnerability.
The company has yet to develop a permanent fix for the security hole but does have a temporary fix that prevents hackers from exploiting a hole to install malicious scripts.
Intuitive IT has recently hired Koray Adal to become the company's Marketing and Public Relations officer and with that, have discovered a glitch in the Facebook universe that we are here to resolve for you today.
When Koray was at home, updating his Facebook, he tried to add Intuitive IT to his Facebook employment information. It was then that he realised that Facebook was unable to actually find the correct Intuitive IT business page and instead just linked to an empty page.
This issue seems to be affecting a lot of people, but hasn’t been addressed by Facebook.
Follow these simple steps or watch the video tutorial below to fix this problem:
1. Open Mozilla Firefox and download the Web Developer add-on.
2. Launch the Firefox browser and go to your Facebook business page. There you will see in the address bar, a row of numbers. This is your business page ID number.
3. Now select your Profile Page > 'Edit Profile' > 'Education and Work'.
4. Type one letter in ...
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